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CONTENTS 






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Special Events 10 ^^V^eT" 

SCC Personnel 24 f/^ /& 

Student Body 48 ""Zl^, 

Clubs and Activities 88 V^ 

u o*^<_ Curriculum 92 " , Hs& « 

Sports and Recreation 120 




PURPOSE 






The purpose of Surry Community College h to enable citizens of our area to increase their skills and 
knowledge, "To Each His Farthest Star" is on appropriate motto. Surry Community College will fulfill its 
purpose by: 

— Providing, through open door adm issions and within the statutory and fiscal limits, 
programs and instructions which will give each student the opportunity to slate where 
he is and progress toward his occupational and educational objectives, 

— Ensuring that when each student has successfully completed a program that he will 
haue the skill and knowledge to meet the demands of the job for which he has 
prepared Or to transfer and succeed at another institution. 

— Providing social* cultural, and recreational activities to assist students in deueloping 
their leadership and social skills, their appreciation of aesthetic values* and a more 

productive use of their leisure time. 



— Developing effective ways of evaluating college programs, to make adjustments as 
needed, and to make appropriate reports to the public. 



— Encouraging and stimulating the Innate desire for leading. 



^-Making Surry Community College a stimulating and rewarding place to work and study. 




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The 1987-88 Lancer is dedicated to 
Sue A. Jarvis for her commitment and 
service to the college and its students 
Mrs. Jorais received her B.S. degree in 
Business Education from ASU end her 
master 's degree /ram UNC-Charlotte. 

As c guidance counselor for college 
transfer students, Mrs. Jarvis spends 
many hours helping students prepare for 
a change in lifestyle. 

At homer Mrs. Jarvis Ss a devoted wife 
and mother. She and her husband Ken- 
neth have one daughter. Anne Marie. 

Mrs. Jarvis is very active in community 
affairs as weli She is the chairman of 
Surry County Drug Awareness Commit- 
tee and the newly elected president of 
the RC Community Counselors Asso- 
ciation. She Is also a Sunday school 
teocher. Her hobbies include reading, 
exercising, and experience. 
It is a course on which 





SCC PRESIDENT- 
RICHARDS DR. SWANSON 




A graduate of Appalachian State Uniueristy, and Florida State University, Dr. Suranson 
Richards hits been president of Surry Community College for fifteen yeors. He served in 
numerous positions in the Surry County School System before coming to the college. 

Dr, Richards sets a good example for the students through his leadership roies in several 
organizations within the county and state. His outstanding personality and services to the 
college distinguish him as an excellent president. 



SCC BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




Seated (L-R): Charles Fotger. Dr. Harris flujdtey, FwinkJin Folger, Jerry Tutlte, 1936-8? SGA President* Oscar Smith. Jewel Janreli, Eleanor Jones, 
Carolyn Comer t John Frank, Standing (LF} Floyd Rees, chairman, and Bonnie Stuart Not pictured is James Everett. 





Below: Board rrvunbtrt take a refreshment break. 

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Below. fiuiWing Committee considers bids for new building 




LIFE IS A BEACH 




Life is a beech — 

Nor just a playground. 

But a uast source 

Of wealth, of knowledge. 

And of experience. 

It is a course on which 

One sets himself, 

But one rnust take new direction; 

To avoid the storms 

Which weather aft; 

And lo redirect 

When his course is diverted. 








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SPECIAL 




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EVENTS 




SCC students give their aSi 











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AUTUMN 
LEAVES 



The second weekend in October is a traditional time for 
people of ike North Carolina foothills. It is a celebration of 
the changing leaves and the togetherness of people. This 
three-day event was started in 1967 by the Mt. Airy Cham- 
ber of Commerce, but the original idea came from Dr. J. 
Dale Simmons. The Festival Is a great success with 250,000 
to 300,000 crowding Mr. Airy to view the arts and crafts, 
listen to entertainment, watch other people, and sample 
the available food. The 1987 celebration, held October 9- 
11, offered some of the finest memories of the year. 





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Entertainment 



AKERS 




Food 





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GRADUA TION 





AND 

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The thrill of victory!" 



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"Whol a career 



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ORIENTATION 



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"So whera's the bright lights, loud music, and Jfrty tftmrirvj?" 



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1987-88 VISITING ARTIST 




Lea Beth Cram 



Plainoiew. Texas, native Beth Cram is Surry Community College's visiting artist this year. The lyric soprano 
graduated from Baylor University and Western Carolina University. 

She became interested in the visiting artist program white in graduate school at Western Carolina where she 
worked with two visiting artists, and decided to apply for acceptance to the NOVA program. This is Cram's 
second year as a visiting artist. Her first year was spent at Coastal Ccrofina in Jacksonville, Her career has 
included performances in master classes under such artists as Dakon Baldwin, Gwendolyn Katdausky, Judith 
Raskin, and Benita Valente. Her opera performances Include rotes in "Cosi Fan Tutte." "The Crucible/' 
"Falstaff, The Telephone,*' and "Die Zauberflate/* Her musical theater credits include "Godspetl." "A Little 
Night Musk," "Live A Little,'' "Mame," and "Snoopy" 

"I like to think of myself as a versatile singer, " said Cram, "i strive to bring a special life' to my music — 
respecting tradition and style, while making each piece a very personal creation/' 

Both ofBeth's parents were musicians and, as a small girl Cram had no desire to become a musician herself. It 
wasn't until high school that she changed her mind, 

Beth has just finished a successful performance at the Andy Griffith Playhouse. She has also established a faculty 
chorus here at SCC; she said thai, the response has been tremendous. 



Looking ahead to the future she said, "I would like to have some compositions published, to earn my doctorate rn 
music, sing in Europe, to begin singing professionally, and to be teaching music. " 



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FACULTY 




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ADMINISTRA TION, 




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FACULTY, STAFF 




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General Administration 




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Dr. Chude V. Avert 
Dean o/ Continuing Education 





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Dr. Jan J. Crawford 
Dean o/ Injlnuetton 




PftfrByraT 
Dlreclor of Communications 



John K, GoJKn* 
Peon e/ Cam** Etfacoflon 





H- Clyde Johnson 

Vice-President for Administrative Servfere* 



Df. James W. Reeves 

Vice-President for Student SttvfCtt 





Dr. Carlyte M. Shepherd 
Dean oj Co%ge Transfer 



Carta* P. SwtoEI 
Dean of Evening, Pro$tarm 



Jerry W. Weaver 

Qtrectot of Learning Resoutt** 



Continuing Education 




Max A. B!#ckimm 

Director of Continufng Education. Surry 

County 




Anita L Bull.-n 

Sn&tnKtor /Recruiter, Human Renounces 

Development 



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Mount Airy Learning Center Coordinator 





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Carton W. Fftppln, 

Human RiiWtu^Ht*- DcuetoprrwnE 

Coordinator 




Awe R. Htnn'a 

Coordinator. Cooperatltte Skills Training 




Judy L- HJgg* 
Director of Basic £duca(ton 




UNiOT C, &Bt*rf\dd 

Director of Cortl\nu\ng Education, Yadkin 

County 




Judy Sofbnrori 
Mount Atry Learning Lab Aid 




Glenda B. White 
Campus Learning CenEer Coordinator 



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Student Services 






John M Brom* 
Counselor fCbordtoQlQr oj Spedal Program* 



Jamie p. Childress 

Director of F]nandat Aid 



Sue A, Jama 
Coltcg* Transfer Coufatfor 




MKhfKi W, McKonc 

Coume htr/ Veterans Affairs Coordinator/ 

Placement Director 




Anthony V. Storey 

C&umetor/Studtrni Ae&vitie* Director 




Dr Sherry S, Matfcwn 
DfiV&or of Records and Registration 




Charles W Strickland 
Director of Computer Senses 




Business, Bookstore, LRC 






Rote* F, Comet 

Director of Economic LtcueSopmcnf 



C. Wayne Motsinger 
Director of AcwwnUnjf 



Debbi Y, Bdfidge 
Printing/Traffic Control 















Q'iifo Porter 
Bookstore AstisUmt 



Tam Waits. 
Manager 



ShttfeA Co*e 
Reference Librarian 






Pauline W, Eadi 
Library Technical Ataiitwt 



Doris S. Pratt 
Library Teetotal A*s*toni 



Andy Webb 

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Administration, Continuing Ed. 






Betty S Beck 

Switchboard Operator 



Lynn S. Hewitt 
Instructional Secretary 



Susan $■ Johnson 
Secretary to the President 






Carol J. Leonard 
Evening Division 



Susan L. Pendergrafi 
Facuity Secretary 



Jean S. Badgelt 
Secretary 






Renee Harris. f-fctehtftt 
Secretary, Cooperative Skills Training 



PemeSt Hobton 
Secretary. Yadkin County Office 



Bleen S. Kfdd 

Secretary 



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Student Services, Business 






Vonda B. Com«r 
Secretary 



Shlriey S. Ingram 
Secretory 



Shtiny M. Lome 
Secretary 






Becky H. Monty 
Secretary 



Judy W. Beece 

Records 7eeViidert 



Rtla E. Bowman 
Purchasing 





Betty F, Hemmfngs 
Bookkeeper 



Betty J-f- Newman 
Assisfanl Bookkeeper 



Elizabeth W. Mas* 
Computer Operator 



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Pat BfOfteh 



Belty Jo Burton 



Margaret Hardy 




Fries, fries, and met* FR1ESW 



i want to go home. 




t baVtn'i #JI ati day!* 



Every penny count*. 



Best pJbe* In totvn to exercise your ;««- 



Cafeteria Staff 



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Ytenne Hodge* 



Margaret LawrtfiCG 



Stf-Joo fi\cbardson 




Manager 




$rru* your self- ute*rm tired. 



Day and Evening 

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Freddie Wright 
Eu&ttng MuintenufiCe 



James Dobson 



Paul Ptiarim 



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Maintenance 




Jerry tSyU&fi 



BaikxtiQ O'Neal 



JVot pictured: Roger Hunter, plumber and eJeetr\?;un 




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Full-time 






firoadus D. AlJrins 
Aulomotluf Mechanics 



Dwtghl Atkins 
Mtiths/ Physics 



Steve G. Atkins 
Cornputer SeteAee/Moth 






Sherry 5. BJockmon 
Business 



Chartes W. Boies 
AgricwJluFc/M'erf&cufiw* 



Pamela J Boies 
Lab Asatant. Sciences 






Deborah H. Branch 

Business 



Frances O- Bryant 
Nursing 



Marguerite N. Burcham 
Hurting 



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Sltfue D. Burfham 

Electronics 



Faculty 




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Btotegy 










Jock Oortcio 



Peggy G. Comer 
T«hnlcaJ' Assfclflnf. £uim*ii 



Shf^ey J. Edmonds 
r«!*Jwif«l A**itSrtL f&»>ne$« 





Jerry C. EQer 
Computer Science 



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Nursing DtiufaJcm Owi/peraon 




James H Fink 
Sodoh3y/Ph\hsaphj/ 



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Full-time 






Sharon R. CSates 
Span rsh/ French 



Paula H. Otipion 
Math 



Hilda J. Ha'; 






Danny R, Hayna. 
Machinist 



Bob HtfnvnJriig* 

Cort^ctiontil Dtvisf&n Cnariman 



Criminal Justice 






William C Hicki 
Construction,. Correctional Dvi/isron 



Rou M. Hfsh 

Business 



Paul Hlnshaa 
Physical EdvcoHan 



Faculty 






Co/if ad C tto!cc"r\b. Jt, 
History: Socint Science*. Division Chairman 



Dr. Thurmtin 0. HqHQt 
Reading 



Dfgnne C- Johnson 
Computer Science 





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Sharon S. KoHam 
Nvrtina 



Abm G. Lawrence 
Businem 



Bmi ness/ Accounting 






ffonefv LeQuirc 



WtMam McCochren 



ChOfit* ModHon 

Science /Reading, Correctional DtiUHon 



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Faculty at Play: 




"Vntaorrv; I don'l remember onytMflJ." 




"Y&, { wear my sunglasses at n\ght." 



The pictures on this page were taken at the annual 
Alumni Association picnic at Cody Creek Park, in Au- 
gust 1987, 




What a party! 



"WeR," srrys Dr, Shepherd, "isn't 

thai special?" 




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Taking a Break! 




0/ course grandma's aluxys haw a few motnertti to 
spore- 



Tit get it. f stilt haue a few good moves left," 



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Dr. Joe W. Reece 
Math/Phys\a 




Full-time 






Jhn /V. MfcflfJ// 
Mai'), Corrccfio/iaJ Division 




Automotive Mechanics. Correctional Division 






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Thomm F. Pat-kit, Jr. 
Business/ Accounting 




Fairftto S. Ring 
Eng tish/Jo urr\ atem 




WtiHam R. Sanders 
HUtoty/Ati 



Robert S. Schumaker 
Drafting 



Lorry B- Scott 

Cabinetmaking, Correctional Division 




Faculty 





Dr. /Voni/ood Selby 
English 



Sleven R. Shepar<t 
Machinist 



Mcr^arel F- Sheperd 
t'ng.hs-H 










Frank D. Simmont 
COrtJIrtJiTrrOrT 



Math 



Goldie S. Sparger 
Business 






Paul Stanley 
Psychology 



Wiltiotn A- Bttaupe 
Biology: Science Dlubian Chstrfnon 



Michael Smink 
Psychology, Correctional Division 



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fay JV. Thomas 
Weldingi VocTcch DtoOton Chairman 




Angus J. TudteJ - 
Automotive Mechanics 




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Gary C. TIWev 
Business 




John M, VanHam 

En^JisJi Long/ Art* Oiywion Char/mcr, 





Electronics 




Dr Edwin Wiles 
Chem\s!ry 




John L. Wood 

Business: Division Chairman 



Kathy A. Woodruff 

Nuralng 



Chrti Vdpp 

Engltsh 



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Benny 0. Vounj*r 

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Part-Time 






Morris Albed 

A utomatwe Mechanics 



Joan Atkins 
Bu$ifl4t3& 



Tom BdgnflJ 






Don Barnes 

Orama 



Archie Bennett 
Art 



Mike; Boing 
Computer Science 






Dtona C. Cddmy 

Eng'rsh 



Barbara J. Ojlw? 
Business 



Max Church 

Electricity 



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Faculty 






Abbe Rose Cox 
Ari 



Jpdt Crawford 
Computer SciFilct 



Letty Hinshaw 
PUystca} Education 




James f-tulchens 
History 



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Minnie Hyltr 
EnsHth 




Lafifiit Kendal! 
fttfigiofi 






&elfy Low: 
Accounting 



Hvah Mills 
Bustons 



Religion 



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Part-time 






Joe Skiu/i 
Electronics 



MfrSaay Sm\th 
Math 



Sam Wafer* 
Physical JEducciJQH 






Mom Yokky 
Business ffteteiirng 



Elizabeth McNanc 
Physical Education 



Hoger portis 
Karate 




Bobby Coffins 

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Metow Smith 
Math 



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Faculty 




Withe Luffman 
Guitar 




Fred Brim 

Math 





Wayne &eath 
Welding 




Susan Wflrrtoth 
English 




Flower ArrangrFwnl 



JotRefd 
Computer Science 



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CLOWN-AROUND TIME 





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And ste 1/jough no one would notice. 




What would jmhi say J/ f (oW pou ... '* 



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FOR SCC FACULTY 





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"I can't btHcue pou think ht't cute" 




Would yau buy a m\fideet pom this man 7 




Tim Trail of Happ\ness 



0>u)d -Jw be the next >n-\!-or. doHn.t u.:rinet? 



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STUDENTS! 




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STUDENTS? 




The Good Things in SCC Life 




Socialising 




and Soap Operas. 



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And the Necessities 





Strong muscles. 



Good teeth. 




Working out, 



and good study habits. 



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Go to ctass? Are you kidding — on a day like [oddy? 




You'tw 50I the fiofrfe! 




Oh, sura, just go ahead and make my day 



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What are you footing at? 



Darren's Sdi'nJ pf*ct* oT SCC. 







"Ah . ■ ■ But, urhen me were younger 



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Ariae'.o Aco&ia 


Una Allrtd 


Eric Richard Andre* 


April Ayert 


Berry Ayvrs 


Dobson. NC 


Mount Airy. JVC 


Galax, VA 


Pinnacle, JVC 


Cam va 


College Transfer 


Business/College 
Transfer 


Computer Engineering 


General Office 


Electronics 




Jennifer Annette Ayers 

Gfltax, VA 
Accounting 




MeJincfo dai/ Bearrwr 

Elktn, JVC 

College Transfer 




ElJfJn. MG 
General Office 



Ch&dwrck Joel Branch 

Oot&of. JVC 

Accounting 



Michael Branrtock 

Doh&an, NC 
College Transfer 




Gene Bnmrton, Jr, 

Yadkinville. NC 



CfovdsM L- Brim 

Mount Airy. JVC 

Medical Secretary 



Amy M. Broom 
State Road, JVC 
College Transfer 



Jody Brown 

Hampiorwltie, NC 



SUram. JVC 
Computer Engineering 




Mehsa Josette Bryant 

Mount Airy, NC 

Bus. Cortlp. Programmer 



Mlcnele BouJdm 
Mount A\ty. JVC 
College Transfer 



Handy Greg Bcwtwm 

Mount A\ry. NC 

Drafting 



Wanda Hay Bowman 

WiratonSaJcm, JVC 
Central Education 



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Joey A- Burchette 

Etkin. NC 

Auto Mechanics 



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Ellen Billings 
Sparta. JVC 
Accounting 



G.'ey $. Slevins 
Sparta, JVC 

Agriculture Mana^ment 



Randall Bowman 

MewH 4"V. NC 



Llw Calloway 

Kfng, NC 

College Transfer 



Shpfon Cortea 
Tobaccovills. NC 
Business 






Tonr M. Carter 
Mount A-r y JVC 
College Transfer 



Jennifer Sue Cass 

Danbwy, NC 
Business Administration 



Jtffcry Ncol CaSStB 


April Cnildrest 


Garry £.. Chilton. Jr. 


Mount Airy. NC 


Mount Airy. NC 


Pttat Mountain, JVC 


Electronics 


ElBCirontcs 


Drafting 




Rhonda Cockerham 
Mount A\ry, NC 
General Office 



Jimmy Cdf ins 
Siloam, NC 
I toriiculture 







Keutn Collins 

Mount Airy. NC 

College Transfer 




Michelle D, Collins 

Pilot Mountain, NC 

Secretary 




Handy Wayne Collins 
Etkln, NC 
Machinist Tech. 




Lisa Cooke 

Mount Airy. NC 
Criminal Justice 



Tammy Cooke 

iVetfeW. JVC 

Elementary Education 



Susan CrUaman 
SDoam.NC 

ffmtaii Management 



Terry W. Dal ton 
WtslfUld, JVC 

Business Adminl£iratlor\ 



Melissa Donley 
Mount Airy. NC 
College Transfer 



Moravian FaSts. JVC 
Nuning 



£tohson. JVC 

Computer ProSrommrn^ 



MKehetf W. Dauis 

Yadkinvltl*, JVC 
CFfm^iHif Justice 



Pin/iocfe. JVC 
Business Administration 



Sunmn Lyrm Deed* 

Jumping Branch. W VA. 

Dairy Mgt./Agri. Bus. 




Lori A, Dtekerson 

Mount Airy, JVC 

Crtmind JusErcc 



KMonm D. Dixon 
lVM«r Ptams. JVC 



Healher L. £)uncon 
EJfon, JVC 



CaraJpn A. Easter 

Mount Airy, JVC 

FsyehoJogv 



ShaiTa A. Easter 
Ctoia, VA 
Accounting 




f'.'iri dy Edmonds 

Ptiot Mountain, NC 

General 0//l« 



Palntia Edwards 



Karen L. Evans 

Mount Alfy. NC 

Sf€tt-iiir : a! 



Susan Eixmi 

MourK Af/y. 'VC 

Business Administration 



Tammy Marie Foutter 
Dobson r NC 

Co3HK'toh$V 




Bt\doa H. Freeman 


Wendy W. Frye 


Chris fuJfr 


Jody James Funk 


Amcida Michelle P. Furr 


YwJJdnriTfe, MC 


King. NC 


Sikwm r iVC 


Gatax, VA 


Golax. VA 


Computer Programming 


Business 


Electronics 


Electronic 


Bus. Computer 
Programming 



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Brian GoStogher 

Pifof Mountain. NC 

Computer PrqgrammJng 



Todd Gammons 

Mount Airy. NC 

Etecttcnict 



Pepper Gentry 

Maun! Adry r NC 
General Office 



RTchJr Gentry 

Glade Valley, NC 

Agriculture Management 







Debbie Gotm 

Mount Airy. NC 

College Transfer 








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Lynn Gotdlng 

Mount Atou r NC 

£xecutiue Secretary 



Tammy Gardmg 
Movnl Atfy, NC 
College: Transfer 




M\chellc H Goodson 
Mount Airy. NC 
College Transfer 




Dorta Gordon 

PtiQt Mountain. NC 

Nursing 



Tammy Gordon 

Pinnocie. NC 

Drafting, Design 




Sharon Grtczetl 
Stioum, Nc 
Accounting 




John Gknfl Haft 

Yadkinuilte. NC 
CotSege Transfer 



Cassandra Hail 
State Road, NC 
General Office 




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Christy Dmm Hail 
Mount Airy. NC 
Medical Secretary 




Cltnt Hall 
Cana. VA 
Ulettrorrlct 





John Royce Hail. Jr. 


riaren Hall 


Craig Hanks 


Heather Vaughn Harbour 


Wade L Harbour 


fifth, NC 


Carta, VA 


ESkin, NC 


Mount Airy, NC 


Dobsem. NC 


Business Computer 


College Transfer 


Grafting 


Caitege Transfer 


Business 


Programm\r%g. 











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Potty Harrefl 

Mount Airy. JVC 
Busm&ss Computers 



Dion Harris 
$xaie flood, JVC 
College Transfer 



Refte* Hawks 
Ararat, NC 

College Transfer 



Roberta Hayes 
Pilot Mountain, NC 
Computer Engineer 



R. Mark Hen&ley 

Mount Atry % JVC 

Electronic* 





Robin M- Hensley 


David Xelty Matt 


Kristy Him 


Karen Hicks 


Tammy Reno* Hide* 


East Bend, NC 


Mount A\ry, NC 


Tc«i, NC 


Mount Atrv. NC 


Mount Airy. NC 


Calieg* Transfer 


Cnrninat Justice 


Medical Secretary 


Computer Programming 


College Transfer 




rtf&tt Hinshaw 


Barbara Hodges 


Frances A- Hoiden 


Jennffer Hollar 


Jane Hoots 


pobson, NC 


Mount Airy, NC 


King, NC 


Dobson. NC 


E*j( Bend, NC 


Nursing 


Accounting 


Nursing 


Cottage Transfer 


Computer Engineering 




James Howell 


Kim Hewlett 


Stuart. VA 


Mount Airy. NC 


Business Administration 


Nursing 



Jamie Huff 
Mount Airy, NC 
Criminal Justice 




Joe Lewis Hughe* 
Westfieid. JVC 
Auto &ody 




Sam C Hughes 

fiftfn, NC 
College Transfer 



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Patricia Hiatt Hull 

Mount A\ry r NC 

Nursing 



Wendy Hutchens 

Yodktnvnlle. NC 
College Transfer 



M\ke tfyhon 
Mount Aliy. NC 
Auto Mechanic* 



Betty T- fnman 

Plot Mountain, NC 
Business 



Jefj Inman 
DoUan, NC 

Commercial Art 




Bwd Jessup 

Mount Alry r NC 

Auto Mechanic* 



Judy J. Jessup 

Pilot Mountain* NC 

Business 




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Mary France* Johnson 
Mount A\ty, NC 
Retail Management 




Carol Jones 
Thurmond, NC 
Electronics 



Kendelt Duane Joyce 

Pilot Moumpin, NC 

Computer programming 






Kim Jove* 


Alfredo Joyner 


Connie Kailam 


Fevetta L, King 


Shert King 


Piloi Mountain. NC 


Doiaon. NC 


Mount Al/v, NC 


Mount Alry r NC 


Mount Airy, NC 


Child Psychology 


Arts Associate 


Numng 


College Transfer 


Computer Programming- 




Chnj\d Kingston 


Mike Ki**r 


Jennifer Lynn Lambert 


Frances B- Launan 


Jerry Lawson 


EHcm. NC 


Pilot Mountain, NC 


Moum Airy. NC 


Mount Airy, NC 


Galax, VA 


Electronics 


Retailing 


Cnmmar Justice 


Accounting 


Retail Monegement 



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Marilyn Koyt Louimmi 

IV«*/1*W, JVC 
Exec ut :ue Secretary 



Lisa LoyelF 
Efcfn, JVC 

TeocnJng 



tfim hrwtlle 
Mount Airy, JVC 

Btisincss Adminittration 



Tina D. Longuiorth 

JonvsviSk-. JVC 
SusJrt«* A<fm\nHlraiion 



Allison Lyndi 

YWJclrtUrJte. NC 
College Transfer 




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TVjtv i-l^on 


71m Lyon* 


Cheryl l.yttan 


Donna Mobe 


Greg Magaracl 


Fast flt-nd. Ne 


Lamiraiufig, VA 


fifth* wc 


Mavm Airy. JVC 


Kins, NC 


LilwrcrJ Art* 


Criminal Juste* 


Bust/iess AdmirnsOTJIton 


Go Megs Transfer 


Cottage Trsm/et 




Fam MartueJ 
Ararat. VA 
Susrn^ss Comp. Pnsg 



MffJonie Merlon 
CJbudbllllf , VA 
Getfeg* Transfer 




Svnja tfeniM Marion 
Plnrmcfe, JVC 



Heather Martin 

Stat* Read. iVC 



John Timothy Mortin 

Dobson, NC 
Business Administration 





Tina Louise Mattfaws 


Sandra McCraw 


Sharon AfcCann 


J.dis J. McfloEwrts 


ScoM McMorris 


HarrtplanuiHe, JVC 


Carta-, VA 


Mount Ain/ r JVC 


Gafa> VA. 


robaawriflhr. JVC 


Bvfrf\*4i Administration 


iVureing 


Munfcg 


CoJUegtf TrS**/** 


Co'teg* Trtertj/w 



frl 



Mary Ann Meredith 
Mount Airy. NC 

PreNurslng 



Stephen Cmfg Mrdfa/jf 
Mount Aay r NC 

Electronics 



Scott Wayne Mooaey 

Dobson, NC 

CoTi^se Trans/rr 



Tim Morgan 

Moiwl j^rry, NC 
CoTkg* TVau/er 



ih'u.'! Jy Morris 
Galax, VA 
Drafting 




*J U-** 



Fortyo Mow 


Tonya Mou-nce 


Christy Myers 


.;■. h.-.-u.'! U Myers 


Oeuid Netdham 


Dob son, JVC 


£Nrfn r NC 


East Btnd. NC 


Bkin, NC 


P)Jo[ MourHoijT. JVC 


College Transfer 


Computers 


ieaaT $fscr«rarv 


hluning 


AgneuJture 




Cathy Nichols 


Chns Ntehak 


Jamci Todd Nichols 


Knf^ NichoU 


Keith tVkhohon 


Sparta, NC 


Mount Airy r NC 


Pi*rwde>NC 


State ffead, NC 


fikln. NC 


Calfe^ jTO\ft$ftr 


Bvwycss Administration 


Prs/tiAJ 


BuiiflMS Comp Prog. 


Retail Managemen 





David JVJien 


Down Roberts Niten 


Gtenda F. Norman 


Alden Clay Nunn 


Hazei T. Nunn 


Ctoi*c**t*Jte. VA 


Westfietd. NC 


Galax, VA 


Mount Airy, NC 


Mount Airy, NC 


Drafting 


Criminal Justice 


Genera! Office 

Technology 


Weldtng 


Greenhouse Manegemtni 



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h'.'.ha.'d Anthony 


Diana O'Neal 


O'DonneJI 


Dobson. NC 


Yndkinvtiie, NC 


Criminal Justice 


College Transfer 





Dwight Osborne 

Goto*. VA 
Altfp Mechanics 



Frances Oum*it 

Eikin, NC 

Coitege Ttan&fxt 



Jane Owens 

RfoJ Mountain. NC 

College 7V*ts/*.r 







J*nry Parker 

Pinnacle. NC 
■Cgdlfege Transfer 




Karen Mfc/iedta PnHOrt 
Mount Airy. JVC 

Accounting 




Lavonne Penn 

Mount Atfy r NC 

Accounting 




Chrtt Phililpt 
Skin. NC 
Dramatics 




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Suiii* J_. phltaon 

Mounr AJry, JVC 

College Transfer 




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Jojie( Lynn pJnnlx 


Jeffrey Polndexter 


Beth Pophn 


Donna pruiit 


Knstlc Yulane Pucketl 


Sfare Jfoad, NC 


Dobstrn, NC 


Mount fiifijf, NC 


Pilot Mountain, NC 


Mount Airy. JVC 


yus.ncsi Administration 


College Transfer 


College- Transfer 


Nursing 


Bus. Computer Ptog. 




Tflrwmif QvesJnherry 
Mount Airy. JVC 
College Transfer 



Jan Radford 

Mount Airy, NC 

Nursing 



Jim Rodford 
Mount Airy, NC 
College Transfer 



Brands Roavis 
YadktntHNe. NC 
College Transfer 



Kimberly Meats is 

Yadklntfih, NC 

Cotlege Transfer 



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Larry ffttrt** 


Amy Reece 


YadkuwMe, NC 


Dofason. NC 


Criminal Justice 


Cotltgt TranJ/cr 



Jody Charits Retce 
Electronics 



Lee C^tfton tfteraon 

Antral. NC 

Retail Mariewrnj 



Joiir.'t' Riqgt 

Mount Airy, NC 

M«ff«iJ Secretary 




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EfteBbcth fli.Vy 


/?<K^ne , y Rogers 


Tommi flow 


Santa SchrrtfaSf 


Lora Etbabeth Schock 


WcnirK Airy. NC 


Wezlftcfd, NC 


Staii* JToad. NC 


Dotacn. NC 


Boofivtiie. NC 


Nursing 


Bi«jntH A*fn'nlfl'Hf/fltjort 


Etectrnnlcs 


General Ojfke 


Nursing 





Sondy SechrisC 


My no L. Sexton 


Martha 5- Show 


Mour»( Airy, NC 


Dabson. NC 


BoofiLilWe. NC 


Psychology 


Buunrv AefrrunisJraCHjn 


College Tramfcr 



Gregory Fred Shtffton 
Mount Alty. NC 

Coliege Transfer 



Rebecca L She I ton 
Toast, NC 
Accounting 





Annette Sehlnault 


Stephanie Shuff 


Edna Catherine Sign ore 


Joan Simmons 


.fedir 5imjw<krt$ 


Dob&oT}, NC 


MoMut Arry t NC 


Mount Airy. NC 


Pilot Mountain. NC 


rtfourU Airy, NC 


Coiltgt Transfer 


Retail Management 


Nursing 


Legal Secretary 


Cnmpufiv ft r qg™mjnfri3 



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Lori M, Simmons 

Debsorr, NC 
Criminal Justice 



Michelle Simmon* 
Mount ^iry, NC 

Political Science 




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Robin Simmons 

Mount Airy. NC 

College Transfer 



Roger OvrrvU Sifrfc 

ffnnoele, NC 

Electronics & Computers 



Tmo J. Sitvmote- 
Yadkfmtile. NC 
Legal Secretary 




H.'.:j,'i ( V:j> h £ml£h 

Bkin. NC 

Business Administration 




Darren Smith 

Kins. NC 

College Transfer 



Laura P. Smith 
Mount Airy, NC 

Communications 



James Lester &nau> 

Toau.NC 
Electronics 



Kathy r>. Snour 

Lautgap, NC 

Retail Marketing & 

Management 




Fayge Marie Srtirw 

DobtW. NC 

Criminal Justice 



TreSea Snow 

Dotson, NC 
Nursing 



Christina Anne Spamhour 

Yadkinvlttr. NC 
Hut. r;,u Admmiilrvl'on 



Virginia L. Sptcer 

Dobson. NC 
Light ConttrvCikm 



John Bpradhn 

Stuart, VA 
Electronic* 




Mark Alien Sprinkle 


\foflftEM Sprinkle 


Jennifer Lynn Stanley 


Debra L. Stevens 


Dwayne Siom* 


Pinnacle, NC 


Dobson r NC 


£JMn. NC 


Mount Airy, NC 


ENrln, NC 


College Transfer 


iVunuruj 


College Transfer 


College Transfer 


Computer Engineering/ 
Electronic* 



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Tina Stone 

Pilot Mountain, NC 
Executive Secretary 



Angela R. Sweat! 

Lexington. NC 
Marketing & Retailing 



Mxksoille, NC 
Dairy Management 



Sara L- Taylor 

W«if/whf, NC 

Bustnest/Cenerat Office 



Shannon Taylor 

Momt Airy, NC 

$ta. Computer F^, 





Wendy K&ye Ttagyc 


Edtalna 0- Thomas 


Wanda Thomas 


Miriam Thompson 


Missie Tickle 


Elktn, NC 


Mount Airy. NC 


Ararat, NC 


Ptfot Mountain. NC 


Motml Ahy, NC 


College Transfer 


Nitning 


Accounting 


PrU'NvrsIng 


College Tran$fet 







MvntJvr TiiSey 
Pilot Hounrpin. NC 

College Transfer 



Tr&y Trinkle 
Pfafftoam. NC 
College Transfer 




Sabrina Tvilk 
Tooaccouille, NC 




Belinda Ann Uti 
Mount Airy. NC 
College Transfer 



VrncenJ Ear! Valentine 

Mount Airy, NC 

Eie&ranks 




Melissa Wagoner 
Mount ANVr NC 
College Transfer 



Tammy Wagoner 

Elkln, NC 

Lxccuhoe Secretary 



Lynn Weddfe 

Mount Arry t NC 

Business Compute* Prog. 



Sherri Lynctte Welch 
ttOPSOn. NC 

Retail Marketing 



Oendo Wtintrhoit 

Boonulile. NC 
College Transfer 



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VtmcSSO Whicker 
Kin 3 . NC 

Accounting 



Crystal Down White 
Mewt Airy. NC 
Cdiege Transfer 



Palrida Williams 
Bkin.NC 

Business Administration 



Teresa Lois WilUarra. 

East Bend, NC 

Medical Secretary 



Martha $. Woods 

XinS, NC 
College Transfer 




Joseph Ear! Wright 


Rogcne C Wright 


Suzanne York 


Johnny B. Fletcher 


Weitfield. NC 


Westfieki, NC 


Mount Airy. NC 


Pilot Mm., NC 


Business 


Nursing 


Accounting Technology 


Computer Engineering 




Whop 1 Right in the of kisser! 



La!d bock. 



The "Rap" Patrol 



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"Gar a qwrttt?" 



The Three Amigos 




"Oh ytah? You think so. ht*fi? 



Getting cfcwi on a cootie. 




"1 u>feh f had a doughnut." 



"£&pn*l ask itht to play it ogaJfi.' 



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t mutt be dreaming! 



Everybody 
Needs a Break 
Now and Then 




Say "Cheese!' 




Who? Me? 



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A)! dressed vp and ftoivhert eo go, 



Are vatr kKUting? 




"Do you reo% (hint uje'd jfe to yoti?" 





ir> o^fly' tvf't* fv*t resting. 



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Interesting Students 




Mitch is LEO president r and has been an actioe member for Ju?o years. He 
is majoring in Criminal Justice arid plans to attend Gardner Webb this fall. 
After finishing college he plans to be a member of the North Carolina 
Highway Patrol. He enjoys oil sports, guns, and ridrng motorcycles. 



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with Special Talents 




LVc-ncki Hctwrnan 



Wanda fa an artist, who has sold paintings in Atlanta, Georgia. She started painting in July 1986. She taught herself how to 
paint, hut took 3 yearn of art (pencil drawing, charcoai, ink, and pastels). She paints wildlife, mountains, streams, and fakes, 
She enjoys water skiing, snow skiing, softball. volleyball. basketball and hunting deer with a compound bow. She plans to 
transfer to Wake Forest and teach Earth Science at Surry Central. 




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Interesting Students 



David ts an active member of the LEO Club. He is 
the correctional Seargent at Mocksullle, and has 
also been appointed honor guard for the 
Department of Corrections this year. Also he is a 
Criminal Justice instructor and teaches unarmed 
self-defense. He enjoys fishing, flying, hiking, 
shooting, and swimming. He was also in the army 
for ten years serving as a MD and working }n 
various fields from traffic investigations to 
undercover operations. He hopes to one day 
become an administrator of a prison. 




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with Special Talents 




Mike Lew&en 




Michael is majoring \n Electronics Engineering. He enjoys 
playing Rook, baseball, baseball, basketball, football, and 
going swimming. He loves music, especially bard rock, 
dance, and 60s and 70's music, 




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pop!" 




•Whan If's munch-out linrc. and an oatmeal ^ooJti* jwl «wn'l do." 





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Mr. Sanders' art student, faculty, staff, 
and others visited Washington. D.C on 
November 14. The group spent ihe day 
viewing exhibits at the National GaHery 
of Art and the Smithsonian, and sight- 
seeing. 






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Attiuat at Washington National Atrpert. 




To- bt on the safe side, a stop at the Department oj 



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A Brief Visit to the Nation's Capitol 




<Mwe : 1600 Penntyivanfa Airniw. Below: The Lincoln Memorial 




Befout left: And Ihe dfly passed so quickfy. B#hur right: The great mbway rkk: coming 
thai etas* to missing the return flight back to qootf alt N.C. 




Above: China Tou-n MtMflJL** Bsibw: Statue at Vietnam 
Veteran*" Memorial. 






SI 



ACTIVITIES ANE 




S2 



ORGANIZATIONS 




S3 



Alpha-Omega and Phi Theta Kappa 




Recruiting begins for Alpha-Omega. 





Alpha-Omega 

Alpha-Omega fe a new organization that exists to 
focus on Christ arid encourages Christian fitting. Dr. 
Bill Greenwood, pastor of Satem Fork Baptist 
Church here in Dobson. is the advisor of the dub. 
and Randal! Bowman is the dub's first president. 
Alpha-Omega, meaning the beginning and the end. 
provided Bitty Graham's film "Caught" March 25 to 
reach students who want to know more about Christ 
and his teachings. 

Phi Theta Kappa 

Phi Theta Kappa is an honor fraternity that has rec- 
ognized inteliectuai achievement by American 2-year 
college students for the past 70 years. Its purpose is 
to promote scholarship > develop leadership and ser* 
vice, and cultivate fellowship among its members. To 
be eligible for membership in the fraternity, a student 
must complete at least one term of 2-year college 
utork with a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on 
a 4.0 scale. In addition a student must maintain a 35 
average, possess qualiiiies of citizenship, and be 
judged of good moral character. 

A Phi Theta Kappa chapter is being organized by 
Chris Yopp at SCC and will begin with a group of 10 
students. Once the chapter is chartered, it wilt grow in 
proportion to the number of interested scholars on 
campus. 



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French 
and Spanish 



"Bonjovr. mes amis' Le fronds est pour tons!" The French 
Club is designed for all those who are already taking French. 
or are interested in taking French and wont to participate in a 
foreign aduenture! 

"Hotel" Spanish is a versatile, exciting foreign language. The 
Spanish Club is designed for off of those who ore taking Span- 
ish as a second language. These two clubs interact throughout 
the year In various activities and events, such as the Foreign 
Language festival and their annual Chrfsfmas party. 



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Advisor and Instructor Mn- Sharon Gales 




Hijh school siudenlt perform during the foreign language /e&ttuo/. 



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The fl/(w shock 




Debbie Sfeueni r Down Nlten (editor), Jane Owens, Mondee Tiliey, Geneva Prof- 
filt, and Sandy Stovnwrs go out* a lajtoui. 




}s Mary Lee thinkinq about the 0tippendaie video? 





Wendy Fry* is managing editor, assistant editor, photog- 
rapher. 



Jane Omens turtles her fan letter to "The Boss, " 



Journalism 

Designing, preparing, and producing a year- 
book \s difficult* Few students are involved, but 
these few represent, depict, and illustrate cof- 
lege life well. Their efforts are appreciated. 
Thanks also goes to all SCC personnel for 
their support and tolerance: a special thanks to 
Susan Pendergraft who has so graciously 
helped with typing and proofreading of the 
1 988 Lancer t to John Brame and Joe Maye 
for the use of their computers, and to Beth 
Brintle and Roberta Hayes. 




Frances Owen, data cJjidt. designs pases on tht computer for the yearbook. 




Sari Mttis^y is rfoinktng about his next assignment. 



Feature* editor Jane Owens ami newspaper 
editor Mondee Tfttebt pm together # cvpy 0} the 

Squtre'a V<Mce. 




Law Enforcement Organization 




First Row tLR}; Paige Snow, Secretary; Dkinna O'Neal, vice-president: Carolyn Fletcher, 
treasurer; Second Row (LR); Mitch Wh\iener< president; David Jort«, parHomentarian. 



"So this is what thvv mean bv bar &c«m." 




FiniRbiBiLR):Mttch Whitener. Olanna O'iW. Carolyn Fletcher, Bitty McCtaw; Second R<fw(LR)i 
Gory Goidine. Carol Thomas, Lisa Cooke, Rhonda McCreary. Tina Lyons, LorJ Simmons, jimmy 
Causes. Steven Graves; Third Row tLR): Dennis Barnes, Jphnny jVwirt, Tony Soles, Mark Johnson 
Not pictured; David Scales. Timmy Snow. Dawn Niten. 



Alt of the members of LEO (Lambda Epsl 
Ian Omega) are members of the N.C. Asso- 
ciation of Criminal Justice Educators. The 
primary objectives of the professionalism of 
personnel in Criminal Justice agencies is to 
attract high quality pre'service students into 
the field of Criminal Justice, and to stimu- 
late academic achievement among Criminal 
Justice Agencies. 





Chorus 



The SCC Chorus Is coposed of individ- 
uals of uarving ages who enjoy singing 
and performing throughout the year at 
various churches, civic clubs, and organi- 
zations in the area. Day and night choral 
groups combine far Christmas and 
spring concerts: and members receive 
transfer rable credit while developing 
their voices and musical talents. The 
Chorus serves as a primaray source of 
public relations and recruitment for the 
college and community. 



Benny and students perform Christmas tarofe, 




Benny VotJrtgcr,, director and 'rtilurtlQr 



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Student 

Government 

Association 

Left So Right. Sharon GmzeH. Secretory. 
Gtvmja Wethertiatt, Vice president; and 
Tina Belt. President. [Not pictured is Kim 
HeaiHs, Treasurer.} 





"Winter Wonderland' 



'Dr. Death' 



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"Did you hear the one about 
tht ape f the hippie, Ihe clo^n, 
the California raisin, and the 
bag lady 1 *" 




'J aiway$ get jwrveui eiw«ef exam time 





"How tang do we have to smile?' 



"Mare,. f*J me help you. 

The Sfucfent GoyemmeJTf Assoetaftofl {SCA} is an or^anf- 
^ofton luhfcfr hdps in the establishment of rule and r egvla- 
Hans on campus. Training for members villi help them in 
any field they choose. They learn a uarictp of responsibil- 
ities from leadership to getting along with others, SGA 
generally sponsors the annual Christmas Dance and Stu- 
dent Appreciation Day; the latter is held in late May. 





Above: "Ha* Ha? ! beat yov." 
Left "SGA in action " 



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Gdna Hautfa 




Lr to R: Bndya Freeman and Marty Purdue. 



lYo( pictured Jin afphabtf/k-aJ o^e^; CfcritiJn* Bingman. Jason Brad]/, Wanda Brandon, Mat jtynn Brooks, U»?Cta CchA. Pamela CoWJrts. MemJff tfoutftf. 
Sara Rayrtor, Victor Simmons, and Ronald Snow, 



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Mkheltc Goodie* 



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Mark Burcham 





Tata Bennett 




Left: Keify Crttd: lop {L to Rfi Lorn Wall ftncf Tina Belt 



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Rabin Sum 



L ta R.' fftcfey O/Juer and 1 Jjpnmy Comfas_ 




Scwf-crf; Jes^nn- McMiWan, if aiding (L lo ffj Sandra Adams and Jean 
Sutaln ie/l: Handy Cooke 




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Back row (L IQ R)\ Sb^niMfrt Tayt&r. Ann Martin, Su? Westervel, Rh<yi<to Mtrtihevn Safe. Cfacfy 
Carter: /»n( JW {L ro Rf: Greg Wo/Ion. Cheryf Johnson, E)ua Badgett, MJIen KffiMen*^ TJflff 
Steemc'P. and Meiamc Coti\n* 



Bobbie Easier 




Front iL io R}; Robe'tv Hayes. William Leurts, and Mike Cobef: 
buck itHK Aalfkia Pell, Regina William*, and Bill Gain*. 



L (o R Aaron Drtvghn. Staccy Butcher, and Dau\d Datton. 



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CLASSES ANC 




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CURRICULUM 




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Flower Arrangement 



Surry Community College is committed to the continuing education of 
the adult citizens of its area of service. To fulfill this commitment, the 
college offers a variety of courses, conferences, workshops, and exhib- 
its designed to meet the adult educational needs. 

Through the Continuing Education Division, students find opportunities 
to re-train and update themselves in employment, to expand knowl- 
edge in general education, and to develop creativity in the fine arts. 

Other courses are provided in extension centers in the various commu- 
nities of Yadkin and Surry Counties. New classes may be formed 
whenever a sufficient number of persons show Interest in a particular 
aree of study. 

in extenuating circumstances, and upon approual by public school offi- 
cials, persons under (he age of eighteen may be admitted. North Caroli- 
na adults age 65 and older may register for classes in the Continuing 
Education Division free of charge. 




CONTINUING EDUCATION 



Continuing Education programs are offered in the following areas of 
Study: 



Family Life 
Photography 
Nurse Improvement 
Teacher Renewed 

Furniture Refinisking 
Arts and Crofts 
Library Administration 



Personal Care 

Real Estate 

Lam Enforcement 

Creative Arts 

Knitting and Sewing 

Firemansbip Education 



Adult High School and Basic Education 
Business and Industrial Programs 
Professional In-Service Programs 
Vocational In-Service Education 
Human Resources Development 




Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice 





J,T. Henson 
Criminal Justice Instructor 



Police Science 

One usually acquires basic knowledge of interper 
sonal communications, law, psychology, and soci- 
ology In the criminal justice curriculum, It is de- 
signed to consist of options in corrections and law 
enforcement services. Students may also decide 
to specialize in areas of confinement facility, ad 
ministration, correctional law, counseling, proba- 
tion — parole services, or rehabilitation. 

''if liberty is to flourish from this time on, many 
must make the rule of law in world t in regional, 
and in community affairs his preoccupation. 

— William O, Doughs 



AND SPECIAL INTERESTS 




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Cosmetology 



Held at the Northwestern Beauty School in Mt r 
Airy, cosmetology dosses are designed to in- 
struct students an hygiene* good grooming, 
visual poise, personality development* drop- v 
ing, shampooing, manicuring, scalp, and hair, k 

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AnnuaNy, rhtf ENtfri arid Mount Airy beauty schools combine talents art 
efforts to present a fashion show for the public. This year's show was hel 
February 7 at the Andy Griffith Playhouse. 




Safety and First Aid 




This course consists of principles and practices that can be 
applied to emergency first aid; studies of safety procedures 
and techniques are retaied to ideational training. 



in tfrt /offeurfng «rta of photographs. 
iu/trty and fmt aid class members shau< the 
proper procedure for applying a splint ta a 
fcrofcen arm Step J: The Victim"* (nJwrV f* 
determined and splints are applied ten the 
fractuted area. Step 2: The splint is se 
cured with urroppings Into- position. Slip 3: 
Tht bawfatje a t^cwiin^rf twd «* *fmg I* 
placed around the arm 



Step 1: AsstUfftent 




Other class members observe the proper fttfhflrques of 

pat0ft 





Step 2- Application 



Step 3: The Finished Product 



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Plumbing 



The Plumbing Fundamentals course is a study 
of plumbing tools, piping materials and fillings, 
plumbing system designs, pipe and fitting 
installations, fixtures, and water supply systems. 
This field of study helps students become 
tradesmen, foremen, or general supervisors. 





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This course gives students an understanding of the principles, 
methods, techniques, and skills far successful employment in 

welding and metal industry. 




Part-lime tnitn/clor John Ketiy teavrcs on Wufjjrmi tending. 



Carpentry 







The cabinet making and carpentry curriculum 

acquaints students u/ilh vocational skills. Student 

study all aspects of residential structures. 

including materials, tools, framing, finishing and 

roofing construction. The program also offers 

on-the-job Inclining. 

"Are the tools without, which the carptenter 
puts forth his hands to. or are they and all the 
carpentry within himself; and would not he not 
smile at the notion thai chest or house is more 

than he?" 
— Cyrus A Banal 



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Auto Mechanics/Machine Shop/Body Repair 



Auto mechanical courses include Automotive Electronic/ 
Electrical Systems; Front Suspension, Alignment, and Power 
Steering, Diesel Engines: Automotive Body Repair; Braking 
Systems; Smalt Engine Repair; Metal Finishing and Painting: 
and Auto Accessories. 

The automotive body repair classes offered to help develop 
training skills in the field of equipment and materials in the 
mechanics trade. Students study the construction of the auto 
body and the techniques of repair, rebuilding* and refinishing 
cars. 




"The automobile is a symbol of our new technological era as the 
cowboy's horse was in the rugged frontier class/' 

— Jean Rosenbaum 



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Mamie Poureii dnrmnstratei the tvrfxa grindtr. 



Barry Whilaker takes a lum a\ the vertical mifhng machine. 




A view from the righf 



. And now a took al thn laft side of the name enoine. ft rtalii/ works, 



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Norma Draughn. ESt-tS 



Adult Basic Education 

ABE classes are available to adults who wish to ham to 
read and write or who want to prepare for entry into the 
High School Completion Program. Reading, writing, math, 
history, and English are emphasized. ABE classes are locat- 
ed }n several communities such as those pictured here at 
ESHS t N&HS, and Lowgap Elementary. Area industries 
and businesses (Renfro Corp., Adams-Mfflis, Brown-Woo- 
len Milts, and Chatham Manufacturing} also participate in 
the ABE program. Students who complete the high school 
program may take the CED to acquire the Certificate of 
high School Equivalency. 




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Cap' Hayes, Lott'qap Elementary 




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"Education is a companion which no misfortune con depress, no crime can 
destroy, no enemy can alienate . no despotism can enslave . At home a friend, 
abroad an introduction, in solitude u solace, and in society an ornament. It 
chastens vice, it guides uirtare, it gives, at once, grace and government to 
genius. Without it. what is man? A splendid slave, a reasoning savage." 

— Joseph Addison 







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Art History, Commercial Art. Drawing, Arts and Crofts. Ce- 
ramics. Painting with Colors, and Portrait Pointing enable 
students to expresss themselves on paper. The purpose of the 
art program is to enhance a student's awareness of history . 
technique, and professional ideas. 

"Art is a human activity consisting in this, that one man con- 
sciously, by means of certain external signs, hands on to others 
feelings he has lived through, and thai other people ore infect- 
ed fey these feelings, and also experience them' 

— Leo Tolstoy 




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THE FINE ARTS 



Don Barms. Droam instructor 





Dance/Drama/Music 



"'The place of dance is within the heart. 



— Tom Rabbins 



"To me it seems as if when Cod conceived the world, that was 
Poetry: He formed it and that was Sculpture; He colored it, and that 
was Painting: He peopled it with Hufng beings, and that was the 
grand, diuine. eternal Drama." 

— Charlotte Saunders 
Cushman 

This field of si vdv includes an Introduction to Music, the History of 
Music. Chorus. Piano, and Guitar. An important emphasis is placed 
on scales, key signature, chords^ and writing music, 

"Music has 'a power of forming the character t and should therefore 
be introduced into the education of the young," 

— Aristotle 



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Mathematics 



The math curriculum offers a variety of courses (including Remedial and College Mathematics, Algebra, Trigonometry, 
Geometry. Calculus, Technical Math, Criminal Justice Math, Digital Computer Math. Electrical Math, and Building Trades 

Math) which, together or separately, develop mathematical and analytical skills. 

"The way to enable a student to apprehend the instrumental value of arithmetic is not to lecture him on the benefit it will be 
to him in some remote and uncertain future, but to let him discover that success in something he is interested In doing 

depends on (the) ability to use numbers." 

— John Dewey 




The agriculture program provides a 
knowledge of functions thai a manager 
needs and supplies an introduction to 
principles used in making decisions and 
adjusting to changing conditions in the 
agricultural environment, 

"The first farmer was the first man, and 
aii historic nobility rests on possession 
and use of land." 

— Ralph Waldo Emerson 
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siness 



A survey of the business world fwitb at- 
tention devoted to the structures, of var- 
ious types of business organizations and 
managements) is taught in the business 
curriculum. Emphasis is also placed on 
speed and accuracy. 

"The art a f leading, in operations large 
and small, is the art of dealing with hu- 
manity, of working diligently on behalf 
of men, of being, sympathetic wllh them, 
but equally, of Insisting thai they make a 
square facing toward their own prob- 
lems. 

—S.L.A. Marshall 




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I Computer Science 



Computer science ond electronic data 
processing prouide opportunities for stu- 
dents to familiarize themselves with an 
Introduction to Computer Science* 
Computer Science Programming, PAS- 
CAL, FORTRAN, COBOL I AND II, 
Computer Science Systems Analysis, 
Computerized Accounting and Data 
Processing Applications. 

"People never remember but the com- 
puter never forgets, " 

—Marshal McLuhan 



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Engineering 



Basic descriptive geometry* systematic solutions, and analysis 
of the: relationships o/ points, fines, and planes in space, devel- 
opments, and intersections ore theories reviewed in the engi- 
neering program. One such course is Graphics far engineers 
which specifies the instruction in the use of drafting instru- 
ments, freehand drawing, and lettering. 



4 *J wont to emphasize in the great concentration which we noti 
place upon scientists and engineers how much we still need th* 
men and women educated in the liberal tradition, witling to 
take the long look, undisturbed by prejudices and slogans oj 
the moment, who attempt to make an honest judgment on 
difficult events/' 

— John f. Kennedy 



Electronics 



A study of alternating voltage and current magnetism, electro- 
magnetic introduction, Lenz Law. Faraday 's Law, ACcompo 
nent. and circuit analysis are a big portion of the electronic 
curriculum. Courses one designed to develop competent tech- 
nicians to work as engineering assistants or as liasons between 
engineers and croft persons. 





The drafting student is first introduced to drawing principles 
and practices used in drafting objects in graphic language . The 
curriculum also offers classes in Technical Electronics Draft 
Ing, Architectural Drafting. Dimensioning and Toferancing, 



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LANGUAGES 



Spanish 



Courses in Spanish Include an introduction with a modem audio-lingual approach. Emphasis on listening and speaking comes first , 
followed by reading and writing. 





Enrichment of grammar, punctuation, and sen fence and para- 
graph building are the skills provided by the English curricu- 
lum. Classes in the curriculum include levels of grammar in 
English 101. 102, 103. Journalism Report Writing, Survey of 
American and Western World Literature, and Communica- 
tion Skills- 

"Engtish is the most modem of the great languages, the most 
widely spoken and the most international . . , Its swiftness and 
transparent accuracy of expression, and especially the fact 
that it has shed mast of the old grammatical forms which time 
has rendered useless and scarcely intelligible, have made Eng- 
lish a model, pointing the way which must he followed in 
building the Interianguage." 

— Sylvia Pankhurst 



French 



A modern approach to language, people, and the country of 
France are introduced. Students use vocabulary studies to 
become familiar with the language. 

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Economics 

Capitalism, Socialism, and 
Communism emphasizing 
American Capitalism are 
the core of the economic 
curriculum. Students learn 
the importance of costs. 
prices,, resources manage- 
merit, money, and tonkins. 

"I hove been gradually 
coming under the conuic* 
tion, disturbing for a profes- 
sional theorist, that there is 
no such thing as econom- 
ics." 

—Kenneth E. Boulding 



Geography 



The geography course concentrates on the earth 's astronomical relations. Factors of weathet 
climate, physical features and changes in land formations are also studied. Production 
distribution, consumption and conservation of the major world resources are of interest t< 
students enrolled in this course. 



Political Science 



This course concerns the national government, its organization, function, power, and ciui 
rights, it is also a course in heiping students acquire skills which will allow them to effectively 
assume positions of leadership with occupational, social, cultural, and political organizations 





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History 



The sequence course in Western Civilisations, beginning 
with History 101. is a study of the western society fron 
8000 B.C. to the present. Topics include the Classica, 
Greek and Roman Worlds, The Reformation, the emer 
gence of the modern national state, the rises of commercia 
capitalism the Industrial Revolution, the French Revolution 
liberalism, commercialism the alliance system, imperialism 
World War / and its aftermath, and the idehgies of thi 
twentieth century. 

"History is not life. But since only life makes history thi 
union of the two is obvious," 

— Louis D, Branded 



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NATURAL SCIENCES Rehg 



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Genealogy 



The SCC genealogy class is a study of methods and sources 
used in researching family history. Students learn how to use 
primary sources such as census records, court records, deeds, 
and wiiis, as well as secondary courses such as census indexes, 
deed, with and court record abstracts, and published family 
histories, instruction consists of lectures, discussions, and ^lab- 
oratory " work in the local history and genealogy collection in 
the library* including microfilm material, and in the Surry 
County Register of Deeds office in Dobson. A highlight of each 
class is a Saturday oisit to the North Carolina Department of 
Archives and History in Raleigh. 



This is a field of study which includes both Old and New Testament 
teachings. Courses are designed to Introduce students to the history, 
setting, purpose, and major ideas of this literature. A comparative 
study of the major religions of the world, both ancient and modem, 
are also examined. 

"The religious element in public education is everything that pro- 
motes faith in the higher values of life. Religion is not something apart 
but a continuous part of our experience/' 

— Conrad Henry 
Maehlman 




"Every new adjustment is a crisis oj self esteem/' 



—Eric Hoffer 



Philosophy 

This course inuohes a study oj 
problems dealing with freedom of 
will, perception of evil, right and 
wrong, and what these topics 
mean to man in his everyday life, 
"in philosophy, it is not the attain- 
ment of the goal that matters, it is 
the things that ore met with by the 
way" 

—btauelack Ellis 

Sociology 

This course Is a study of society 
and culture and how we become 
human beings, The importance of 
problems in class, racial, ethnic 
groups, and women are empha- 
sized. The problems of social 
change, population problems, ur- 
banization, and collective behav- 
ior are also discussed, 

"The illumination of experience/' 
— 'Paul Starr 

Psychology 

Psychology involves studying and 
learning the purpose of practical 
skills that can be used in a class- 
room. An introduction of psychol- 
ogy {including prenatal and post- 
natal care, personality, self-actual- 
ization, and studying ego and 
personalities) Is all important to 
this class. 




Physical Education 



Physical education and fitness are taught through the teachings of fundamentals, techniques, 

and rules of play, Classes uary in length and capacity, and include basketball r volleyball 
tennis, table tennis, and aerobics, 

"I should have performed the office of but half a friend were f to confine myself to the 
improvement of the mind only. Knowledge indeed is a desirable, a lovely possession r but i do 
not scruple to say that health is more so, It is of little consequence to store the mind with 
science if the body be permitted to become debilitated." 

— Thomas Jefferson 







Nursing 



The concept of proper health care \s provided in the nursing 
curriculum, Students leam to administer medications, commu- 
nicate with doctors and patients, and to work In the surround* 
ings of mental health, childcare, elderly /such as rest homes), 
and maternity care. Students also participate in clinical rota- 
tions to obtain hands-on knowledge and experience 

' In nothing do men [and women } more nearly approach the 
sods than giving health to [other} men [and women]/' 

— Cicero 



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Biology 



Physical Science 

"The aim of science is to seek the simplest explanation of 
complex fads. We are apt to fall into the error of thinking the 
facts are simple because simplicity is the goal of our quest, The 
guiding motto in the life of euery natural philosopher should 
be, 'Seek simplicity and distrust it.'" 

—Alfred North 
Whitehead 



Biology courses at SCC offer an introduction to the fundamental 
concept of biology, o study of the body organization and how it 
functions. 

'Science, like life, feeds on its own decay. New facts burst old rules; 
then newly divined conceptions bind old and new together into a 
reconciling four." 

-William James 




Chemistry 

Chemistry courses provide knowl- 
edge of basic terminology, phys- 
ical slates, fundamental concepts 
for atoms and molecules, nomen- 
clature and stoichiometry. 

"In the arts of life man invents 
nothing but in the arts of death he 
out does Nature herself, and pro- 
duces by chemistry and machin- 
ery all the slaughter or plaugue, 
pestilence, and famine." 

— George Bernard Shaw 

Physics 

This field of study Is application- 
oriented for technicians. The 
course in physics involves the 
properties of matter and heat, 
electricity, light and sound, and 
applied science. 



PHYSICAL SCIENCES 



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Intramural Vollebyall 




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Intramural Basketball 




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Intercollegiate Golf 




1987-88 gotf team (L m ft}; Todd Nkho& Y Tunp Botd&. Brian Waiter, Surton Christie, $tew Roberts, and Damn Smith 




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and Tennis at SCC 




1987 M teuni* ttort {L to R,. Fire/ tow: Tommy Branch. Jady Ratmtgfir. and Twry 
Lyom Itond row: MHch Whilanmr. Coach Mike SfcHonir. and Joe flWfr/igi. 




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April brings Powers and showers, but the Spring 
oho brings intramural sofibaSI. For some strange 
reason, warm weather brings out the olhtete in 
mostr Just ask the EkyoBees, Bohemian Blue^ 
Jays, Bogies. Just-Us, or the faculty tevtms- 





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HACKY-SACK: 
A FAVORITE SPORT 




Hacks/sack is a fauorite sport at SCC. 
h's a game that can be phyedju&t about 
anywhere at any time- The gctrng re- 
quires coordination* skill, and his of 
practice. Those are the trails that many 
students at $CC possess. 



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